91 ranger 2.3 when you accelerate the pedal to fast truck wants to die and jugs after letting off pedal and if you easy in to it runs good what could be replaced throttle position sensor what else?
if engine has carb.try replacing the accelerator pump,when worn out, will cause surging. problem. if engine has carb.try replacing the accelerator pump,when worn out, will cause surging. problem.also check coil. This can be caused by a worn timing belt. The 2.3 has had it's share of timing belt issues. I would get a HAYNES manual and check the timing belt most likely replacing the belt. When the belt is stretched, it has the effect of retarding the timing which will cause the problems you mentioned. These belts on these motors need to be replace every 70,000 miles to avoid this.
1995 Arctic cat 580 EFI snowmobile stalls out when the throttle is pressed it runs fine while idling any questions about the snowmobile ask me thank you?
Why while accelerating from a stop an automatic car would jerk as if stepping on the gas and letting go repeatedly?
Either you are low in transmission fluid or the transmission is slipping. Take it to a well qualified transmission repair facility. Another possibility is the Throttle position sensor is bad. when the vehicle is off, locate it, it will be on the throttle on the other side of the housing from where the cable connects. you can unplug this and use an ohm meter to check I believe the outside terminals while opening the throttle…
Why is your traction control coming on at 50 mph and not letting you accelerate until it goes back down to 40 or so 94 brougham?
How do you prevent a 1996 Saturn from missing during a shift change or even letting off the throttle and then back on?
Your 94 camaro V6 started running bad after the clutch was changed when you accelerate a hear a rattling and car does not accelerate properly it sounds horrible any suggestions on what it could be?
The clutch plate center protrudes further on one side than the other. When the clutch was installed, the clutch plate was put in facing the wrong way. What you are hearing is the springs rubbing and scraping the pressure plate. NOT GOOD! Why the car does not accelerate properly is because the center protrusion I talked about earlier is not letting the clutch make complete contact with the flywheel.
Make sure you have the main cruise control button depressed. You will then see a display light indiciating "Cruise Control". After that, just use the normal buttons to set, accelerate, and coast. BEWARE, though. The cruise control button for our 2004 Accord stopped letting me keep it in the depressed position, and I can't keep my cruise control on now. Will let you know once the mechanic takes a look at it.